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 Mint Menthae haplocalycis

Family: Labiatae


--Parts Used---Leaves


---Medicinal Actions and Uses---

Diaphoretic, antipyretic, stomachic, carminative

Diaphoretic- clears wind-heat conditions associated with colds and influenza with fever, headache, sore throat, and red eyes (conjunctivitis). It can also be used for measles and rashes. Like peppermint, it is very good for stomach bloating and lifting the spirits. Finally, it can be used for mouth sores, toothache, allergic rashes, hives, and the early stages of measles.

Milk Thistle



Maple lungwort

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